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Fuel Pump 1994 Pickup with a 22RE #810394 05/08/07 03:02 AM
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mnwolftrack Offline OP
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Never had to deal with a fuel pump issue before. One of the metal gas lines is leaking right at the 90 degree turn on top the fuel pump of a 1994 standard cab 4x4 pickup with a 22RE. I checked out fuel pumps on Ebay and partsamerica.com, and none of the pictures looked like it would have replacement tubing. Are these metal fuel lines a seperate item? I for some reason thought the fuel pump was the entire assembly as pulled out of the top of the tank.

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Re: Fuel Pump 1994 Pickup with a 22RE [Re: mnwolftrack] #810395 05/08/07 02:06 PM
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I just did this because my fuel lines were leaking just like yours. You don't need a new fuel pump - you only need the gas tank plate with the fuel lines. I removed the bed to get access to the top of the tank. Once the plate is removed, just remove your fuel pump from the old assembly and transfer it to the new one. About $125 from 1sttoyotaparts.com.

There are 7 screws holding the plate to the gas tank. Mine were corroded, so I needed to drill out the top of the screws to remove the plate.


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